If you love “Heads Up!” the game created by Ellen DeGeneres, played on her show and by millions of people around the world, then get ready for "Heads Up! Kids," a fun and exciting game you can play with your little ones, no matter their reading level! From animals to actions to items around the house -- give clues to help your teammate guess the picture that’s on their head before time runs out! Whether you’re waiting in line, on a road trip, or having a family game night, "Heads Up! Kids" is the only game you need to keep the good times rolling! Features: - Play with one friend, or one hundred at the same time. - Pull up a new card simply by tilting your phone. - Keep videos of your hilarious game play - Diverse categories let you challenge and entertain your kids for hours, all from one app! - Scavenger hunt-style pack where it’s up to you to find the pictures to complete the deck. With a ton of themed decks packed to the brim with exciting gameplay cards, the fun never ends! Decks include: - Animals - Actions - Who Am I? - Around the World - Scavenger Hunt - And lots more!
This game is good for family’s that need something fun to do
Played the game once and I fell IN LOVE WITH THE GAME so I tested the kids version and I love it that is why I put 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ stars! So thank you 🙏 for making a kids version and the full game good bye!👋
It only comes with a few decks and then everything is 99 cents. Not worth the $.
This makes the game nearly impossible to play
Add iPad support
I downloaded the app for my kids and was immediately charged $3.99. I only have access to 6 categories. After that I have to pay again. That is hardly worth it. Also, I switched on the option to display the words. It worked initially and now it is just blank—I cannot get the words to show up.
Names stopped appearing under the pictures even with option checked on
I love this game and use it for my special needs child to help him develop his language. I do wish you could turn the timer off!! It also needs more decks. Or make the regular heads up be able to use pictures and not just words.